The interactive space will be available for use to local community groups and organisations, both in business hours and across weekends.
The new look branch celebrated its grand opening today, with CUA CEO Rob Goudswaard joined by long-time local member Len Wilson to officially cut the ribbon and declare the branch open for business.
Redland City Chamber of Commerce Committee Member Stephanie Morris was among guests on hand for a tour of the new facilities, with additional features including a self-service zone, coin machine and device charging station also available to members and guests.
CUA Capalaba Local Area Manager Barbara Arnall said the new space highlighted the branch’s focus on the important relationship it shares with members and community groups in the local area.
“We are delighted to officially open this new community space and provide an environment for our members and friends in the area that redefines the relationship they have with their local branch,” Mrs Arnall said.
“Whether it’s business or committee meetings, or even small events and functions, this interactive space will serve as a genuine hub, available to all within our tightknit community.”
“Opening our doors to the community only strengthens the existing relationship we share and provides another example of how CUA works together with our members and local organisations for mutual good, collaborating with the aim of building a stronger community for everyone.”
Local residents and community groups interested in using the new community space can meet with Mrs Arnall in branch, call 3316 5140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.